|The Judy Canova Show|
In 1943, The Judy Canova Show hit the airwaves and ran for 12 years — first on CBS and then on NBC. Playing herself as a love-starved Ozark bumpkin dividing her time between home and Southern California, Canova was accompanied by a cast that included Mel Blanc as Pedro (using the accented voice he later gave the cartoons' Speedy Gonzales), Ruth Perrott as Aunt Aggie, Ruby Dandridge as Geranium, Joseph Kearns as Benchley Botsford and Sharon Douglas as Brenda — with Gale Gordon, Sheldon Leonar...
Keywords: Judy Canova; Judy; Canova; OTR; Comedy; Mel Blanc; old time radio; old radio; The Judy Canova Show
|Recollections At 30 with Ginger Rogers and Judy Garland - various|
Items recorded in the 1930s, compiled and re-broadcast together in 1956 for NBC's celebration of its 30th year of broadcasting. Hosted by Ed Herlihy and featuring Ginger Rogers and Judy Garland as well as Fanny Brice, Joe Penner, Mickey Rooney, and Brenda and Cobina.
Keywords: ginger; rogers; ginger rogers; judy; garland; judy garland; recollections; compilation; mickey rooney; joe penner; fanny brice; AVup
|A Date with Judy 13 Eps|
(13 Episodes) "A Date With Judy", summer replacement for the Bob Hope Show, aired on NBC(starring Ann Gillis) from June 24 to September 16, was a soap opera, mainly broadcasted to attract a larger teenage audience to the radio. Dellie Ellis portrayed Judy when the series returned the following summer (June 23 – September 15, 1942). Bristol Myers as its new sponsor, replaced The Eddie Cantor Show for the summer...
Keywords: OTR Sitcom, Old Time Radio Sitcom; A Date with Judy; 13 eps, OTR Teenage Sitcom; Comic Strip
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|A Date With Judy - www.freeotrshows.com|
A Date With Judy was a 1940s teenage comedy radio show. Starting out as a summer substitute for Bob Hope's Show. The show aired on NBC from 24th June - 16th September. The star of the show was 14 year old Ann Gillis at first. The following season Dellie Ellis took over Judy's role. More OTR Shows can be found at FreeOTR
Keywords: a date with judy; otr; old time radio; Elizabeth Taylor; Wallace Beery; Robert Stack; Carmen Miranda; Eddie Cantor
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The Army was the original source of the V-Disc records, with their first being issued in October of 1943.The Army’s V-Disc project provided a monthly 'care' package of music specially recorded for troops overseas. Soldiers fighting a far-flung war welcomed these musical snapshots of life back home.
Keywords: WWII; Judy Garland; Glenn Miller; Charlie Spivak; Swing; Big Band; V-Disc; OTR; Harry James; Al Jolson; Tommy Dorsey; Woody Herman; Hoagy Carmichael; Ginny Simms; Johnny Mercer; Sammy Kaye; Mildred Bailey; Frank Sinatra; Andrews Sisters
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The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; WWII; Sports Quiz; Sound Off; Blondie; Fanny Brice; Command Performance; Cary Grant; Judy Garland; Jubilee; Louis Armstrong; GI Journal; GI Journal; Bing Crosby; Abbott & Costello; Kay Kyser; Yank Swing Session; Johnny Mercer; Harry James; Count Basie; Fred Allen; Gypsy Rose Lee; Benny Goodman; Robert Young; Glenn Miller
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